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Emergency Planning | American Gas Association

Emergency Planning. The Emergency Planning Resource Center is a springboard to the AGA Mutual Assistance Program Situation Reports and Government & Private Sector Links to support all-hazards response recovery and restoration. This site is an evergreen product of the AGA Utility & Customer Field Services Committee.

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A Checklist & Rental Contingency Plan For Boiler Emergencies

All Powerhouse rental boilers come ready to accept natural gas propane or #2 fuel oil enables complete flexibility when it comes to fuel management. Emergency Shutdown Procedure When a unit is taken out of service and powered down it is imperative that proper procedure is followed to ensure that it is done safely and to prevent damage to the ...

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Report a Gas Emergency | National Grid

We consider all of the below a gas emergency: You smell gas or suspect a gas leak. There is abnormal pressure (high/low flame) or no gas in all your gas appliances. Gas to an appliance or heating unit stays on and cannot be shut off. There is a continuous flow of water leaking from your gas heating unit or water heater. Gas pipes are making ...

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PSE | Residential Natural Gas Boiler Rebate

Boiler facts. A boiler heats water to supply your home with hot running water and heated air. Its energy efficiency is indicated by an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating which measures what percentage of energy the boiler effectively converts to heat.

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Service Plans - Gas Doctor - Natural Gas & Propane Service ...

A Service Plan from Gas Doctor ensures that your heating system gets the inclusive preventative maintenance it needs to run smoothly and efficiently. Gas Doctor currently offers two service plans to cover Natural Gas or Propane heating equipment. The two plans cover the same parts but are differentiated by the energy efficiency of your system.

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WorryFree Gas Furnace or Boiler Protection - PSE&G

Plan Details. Standard residential heating contracts cover central gas furnaces and boilers with an input rating of less than 400000 BTUs listed on the manufacturers nameplate. Monthly prices shown do not include NJ Sales tax where applicable. *Disclaimer

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